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Baby Camel Steps Out At Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve

Hoofstock Keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, were delighted to discover an adorable new addition to their Bactrian camel herd, during their morning checks and rounds two weeks ago.  

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Amir 27.03.2005 - 10.03.2018

Howletts Wild Animal Park are saddened to announce the death of Amir, our 13 year old Sumatran tiger, due to a suspected chest infection.Amir was a big character, much loved by his dedicated staff and all visitors who had the opportunity to meet...

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Black Rhino Calf Marks 40th Successful Birth For Critically Endangered Species!

Beautiful black rhino calf marks fortieth successful birth for the critically endangered species, at Kent wild animal park.

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Mishmi Takin Calf Finds His Feet.

Keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve are celebrating, as they welcome the arrival of an adorable baby Mishmi takin.

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New Enclosure Announced At Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve.

Coming soon to Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve is a brand new animal enclosure, where visitors will be able to walk amongst red necked wallabies!

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Greater Bamboo Lemur Baby Boom!

It's that time of year again when we get news of baby greater bamboo lemurs from across our rainforest sites in Madagascar. It's still early days so no final figures, but 79 babies have so far been reported, and amazingly the "super-group" at...

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A very special birth at Port Lympne

Adorable baby rhino is fourth generation to be born at Port Lympne

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Spotted hyena 'spotted' at The Aspinall Foundation's flagship project in Africa.

After 20 years of local extinction, a lone spotted hyena has been caught on camera trap, stalking through the forests of the Bateke Plateau National Park - site of The Aspinall Foundation's flagship conservation project.

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